Publications

Books

In the Deep Heart's Core: Reflections on Life, Letters, and Texas. Texas A&M University Press, 1985.

Range Wars: Heated Debates, Sober Reflections, and Other Assessments of Texas Writing. Co-edited with Tom Pilkington. Includes my chapter, "Horseman, Hang On." Southern Methodist University Press, 1989.

The Tenure of Phil Wisdom: Dialogues. University Press of America, 1995.

Coaching for Character: Reclaiming the Principles of Sportsmanship. Co-authored with Randolph Feezell, Professor of Philosophy, Creighton University.  Human Kinetics, 1997.

Learned Ignorance in the Medicine Bow Mountains:  A Reflection on Intellectual Prejudice.  In Lived Values, Valued Lives, a special series in the Value Inquiry Book Series.  Forthcoming, Rodopi, 2008.

 

Book Chapters

Chapter on John Graves for Updating the Literary West: A Supplement to "A Literary History of the American West" (Texas Christian University Press, 1997).

 

Articles, Essays, Guest Columns, etc.

I have included in the following list a variety of publications, ranging from scholarly treatments of literary and philosophical topics to guest columns in newspapers. Many of the guest columns appeared in more than one newspaper, in most cases under different titles supplied by the editors; because they were submitted and accepted independently, I've listed the separate appearances as separate entries, but for each of those entries I have indicated in parentheses that the article also appeared elsewhere.

 

"On Ecology and Old Farts." Texas Observer, 6 November 1981.

"Rugged Individualism: An Eastern Texan Looks at a Western Easterner in the White House." Texas Observer, 20 November 1981.

"Horseman, Hang On: Myth in Texas Letters." Texas Observer, 12 February 1982.

Pickle on the Potomac: A Day in the Life of Jake Pickle." Third Coast, April 1982.

"The Democratic Process Needs Pubilc Education." Baltimore Sun, 16 May 1982.

"New Dogs Learn an Old Trick: Reflections on Interest-Group Politics in the 1980s." Carolina Quarterly 34, no. 3 (Spring 1982).

"Waltz Across Texas for Me: Reflections on a Lone Star Diaspora." Texas Observer, 2 September 1982.

"Swing Span and High Rise: Dilemmas of Growth." Annapolis Column, Chesapeake Country Life, September/October 1982.

"Ecology and Old Farts: Some Highly Impractical Reasons for Saving the Bay" (rewrite of Texas Observer piece). Annapolis Column, Chesapeake Country Life, October/November 1982.

"The Chesapeake Bay's Best Kept Secret: Washington College." Chesapeake Country Life, October/November 1982.

"Earth and World in Lone Star Letters." Texas Books in Review 4 (1982).

"Ode to the Annapolitan Dead: Reflections on the Meaning of 'Historic.'" Annapolis Column, Chesapeake Country Life, December 1982.

"Middies and St. Johnnies: A Little of Annapolis at the Little Campus." Annapolis Column, Chesapeake Country Life, Winter 1983.

"Ecology and 'O.F.s'" (excerpted from October/November 1982 Annapolis Column in Chesapeake Country Life). The Bar Harbor Times, 20 January 1983.

"Re-thinking Interest-Group Politics" (reprint of essay in Carolina Quarterly 34, no. 3). Texas Observer, 25 February 1983.

"Snow." Annapolis Column, Chesapeake Country Life, March 1983.

"Honoring the Dead—Questioning the War." Bay Window, Chesapeake Country Life, April 1983.

"On the Various Uses of Sailboats and Boat Slips." Annapolis Column, Chesapeake Country Life, May 1983.

"Salisbury State's Successful Blend—Academic and Technical Training." Chesapeake Country Life, July/August 1983.

"Making a Case for Public Education" (expanded version of article in Baltimore Sun, 16 May 1982). Texas Observer, 2 September 1983.

"Making a Case for Public Education" (reprint of article in Texas Observer, 2 September 1983). IDRA Newsletter, October 1983.

"Texas Education Needn't Be Just Practical." San Antonio Light, 29 July 1984.

"A Change of Pace: Small-Town Living." Southwest Letter, Dallas Times Herald, 19 August 1984.

"Election Polls are Too Powerful." San Antonio Light, 14 October 1984.

"School Reforms Near 'high-Noon' Shootout." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 13 November 1984 (also appeared in San Antonio Light, 3 February 1985).

"German Wines or Texas Chili, Path to Culture Runs Both Ways." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 17 December 1984.

"To Write Well Is to Think Well." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 30 December 1984.

"On Ethical Perplexities: Aid Youths to Clarify Relative Values." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 13 January 1985.

"On Patriotism and the Critical Spirit." San Antonio Light, 21 January 1985.

"Bludgeoning Higher Education: College Funding and Legislature's 'Histrionics.'" Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 27 January 1985.

"Educating the Strong Silent Types." San Antonio Light, 3 February 1985 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 13 November 1984).

"Painful Paradox of Honor in an Unjust War." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 17 February 1985.

"Texan Belongs Back in Texas." Southwest Letter, Dallas Times Herald, 17 February 1985.

"The Fading Character of 'Place': resisting universality of a numbing sameness." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 24 March 1985 (also appeared in Baltimore Sun, 2 June 1985).

"On Finding Home in the Sun: Weather Etches One's Origins in the Soul." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 4 April 1985.

"Flawed Image of Rugged Individualism." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 21 April 1985.

"Education Is Not Always Quantifiable." San Antonio Light, 28 April 1985.

"On Taking Responsibility for Reconciling with the Past." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 8 May 1985.

"Truth Falls to Conflicting Principles in a War." San Antonio Light, 26 May 1985 (also appeared in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 17 February 1985).

"A Victory of Sprouting Bean Plants over Technology." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 2 June 1985.

"All Things to All People and Places." Baltimore Sun, 2 June 1985 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 24 March 1985).

"Go for It, America, But Ask First What 'It' Is." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 16 June 1985 (also appeared in San Antonio Light, 23 June 1985).

"What Is the 'It' in Reagan's 'Go for It'?" San Antonio Light, 23 June 1985 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 16 June 1985).

"Nation of Immigrants, New Beginnings." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 7 July 1985 (also appeared in San Antonio Light, 28 July 1985).

"Temper-Tantruming: the Immoral Implications of Tennis." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 22 July 1985 (also appeared in Baltimore Sun, 11 August 1985).

"Immigrants, Americanness, and Texanness." San Antonio Light, 28 July 1985 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 7 July 1985).

"Playing Tennis Makes One Rude." Baltimore Sun, 11 August 1985 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 22 July, 1985).

"Two Journeys into the Cadences of Other People in Other Places." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 19 August 1985.

"Cheating: If in College, Why Not in Life?" Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 1 September 1985 (also appeared in San Antonio Light, 1 September 1985).

"Who are College Cheaters' Role Models?" San Antonio Light, 1 September 1985 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 1 September 1985).

"Surgery on Curious Beast of Academia." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 6 October 1985 (also appeared in San Antonio Light, 13 October 1985).

"Excellence, Not Efficiency, Should Be University Ideal." San Antonio Light, 13 October 1985 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 6 October 1985).

"To Kill: Order in the Timeless Cycle of Life." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 25 October 1985.

"Good-for-Nothing Poetry: Bridge to Human Possibility." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 22 November 1985.

"Pictures of Life: a Perverse Artistic Failure." Review essay on Richard Avedon's photographic series, "In the American West." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 1 December 1985 (also appeared in San Antonio Light, 8 December 1985, and Baltimore Sun, 22 December 1985).

"Is Avedon's Extravaganza in Touch with Humanity, or Fuel for Hostility?" Review essay on Richard Avedon's photographic series, "In the American West." San Antonio Light, 8 December 1985 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 1 December 1985, and Baltimore Sun, 22 December 1985).

"Warped West." Review essay on Richard Avedon's photographic series, "In the American West.". Baltimore Sun, 22 December 1985 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 1 December 1985, and San Antonio Light, 8 December 1985).

"On Universal Meanings in Diverse Traditions." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 25 December 1985.

"Democratic Necessity of True Conversation." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 10 February 1986 (also appeared in San Antonio Light, 16 February 1986).

"Reasoned Dispute and Dialogue are the Soul of Our Democracy." San Antonio Light, 16 February 1986 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 10 February 1986).

"Random Drug Testing of Athletes Does Not Instill a Sense of Responsibility." Co-authored with Randolph Feezell, Dept. of Philosophy, Creighton University. San Antonio Light, 9 March 1986 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 9 March 1986).

"Paternalism of Drug Testing: 'Babying' College Athletes Subverts Maturity." Co-authored with Randolph Feezell, Dept. of Philosophy, Creighton University. Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 9 March 1986 (also appeared in San Antonio Light, 9 March 1986).

"A Reach to Infinity, Bound by Earthly Roots." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 13 April 1986 (also appeared in San Antonio Light, 4 May 1986).

"Out in Space We Explore Infinity and Immortality." San Antonio Light, 4 May 1986 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 13 April 1986).

"A Trace of Home—in an Unexpected Place." Houston Post, 18 June 1986 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 25 May 1988).

"Sesquicentennial Prompts Serious Texas Questions." San Antonio Light, 22 June 1986 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 6 July 1986).

"In Search of More Than Mindless Celebration." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 6 July 1986 (also appeared in San Antonio Light, 22 June 1986).

"True Love and Home-Grown Tomatoes." San Diego Tribune, 18 July 1986 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 17 August 1986).

"Exposing the Flaws in East Coast vs. West Coast Feud." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 21 July 1986 (also appeared in San Antonio Light, 3 August 1986, and Baltimore Sun, 5 October 1986).

"East Coast and West Coast at War: a Perspective from the Heartland." San Antonio Light, 3 August 1986 (also appeared in Baltimore Sun, 5 October 1986 and Star-Telegram, 21 July 1986).

"Meager Fruits from a Mean Mother Nature." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 17 August 1986 (also appeared in San Diego Tribune, 18 July 1986).

"On 'Leadership' by Antiquated Prejudice." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 9 September 1986.

"Special Session: Betting on Horses (and ZZ Top)." San Antonio Light, 14 September 1986.

"New York vs. California." Baltimore Sun, 5 October 1986 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 21 July 1986, and San Antonio Light, 3 August 1986).

"Nurturing the Soul with 'Provincial' Cuisine." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 28 November 1986.

"Winning the War on Drugs and Losing the Nation?" Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 21 December 1986 (also appeared in San Antonio Light, 11 January 1987).

"Message in a Bottle: Say 'No' to Drug Testing." San Antonio Light, 11 January 1987 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 21 December 1986).

"'Platoon': into the Dark Corners of the Human Soul." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 8 March 1987 (also appeared in San Diego Tribune, 1 April 1987).

"'Platoon' is Vietnam as It Really Was." San Diego Tribune, 1 April 1987 (also published in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 8 March 1987).

"Prison: Rehabilitation or Society's Retribution?" Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 26 April 1987 (also appeared in San Antonio Light, 19 July 1987).

"Singing the Dirge for Genuine Country and Rock." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 5 July 1987.

"Why Do We Imprison Criminals?" San Antonio Light, 19 July 1987 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 26 April 1987).

"Do We Really Want to Celebrate This Day?" Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 17 September 1987.

"We the People Deserve Better Work from Press." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 22 November 1987 (also appeared in San Antonio Light, 22 November 1987).

"Press Must Determine What's Important." San Antonio Light, 22 November 1987 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 22 November 1987).

"Whatever the Goal in Life or Sports, Winning Is More Than Highest Score." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 3 April 1988 (also appeared in San Diego Tribune, 8 April 1988).

"There's More to Life Than Win-at-Any-Cost Attitude." San Diego Tribune, 8 April 1988 (also appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 3 April 1988).

"Currents Flow Through Then and Now." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 25 May 1988 (also appeared in Houston Post, 18 June 1988).

"Solicitors, Some Folks Have a Hang-Up . . . ." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 10 July 1988.

"Is Flag-Burning Flap about Defending a Living Principle or a Dead Dogma?" Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 13 August 1989.

"Where are the Real Leaders in Our Political Reality?" Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 9 December 1990.

"Whatever the Goal in Life or Sports, Winning Is More Than Highest Score" (reprint of April 3, 1988 Star-Telegram column). J-TAC, 28 March 1991.

"Texans, Taxes, and the Frontier Legacy." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 14 April 1991 (also published in Houston Chronicle, 14 April 1991, and San Antonio Light, 28 July 1991) .

"Texas Has Bred 'Tax Darwinism' Too Long." Houston Chronicle, 14 April 1991 (also published in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 14 April 1991, and San Antonio Light, 28 July 1991).

"If Drugs Make You Feel Happy, Why Should Johnny Say No?" Baltimore Sun, 30 June 1991.

"Let's Reconsider Path to Happiness." Eugene Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon, 7 July 1991 (reprinted from Baltimore Sun, 30 June 1991).

"Texans Hate Taxes with a Passion, So Services Suffer." San Antonio Light, 28 July 1991 (also published in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 14 April 1991, and Houston Chronicle, 14 April 1991).

"Politicians Corrupt Purpose of Language." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 18 August 1991.

"1991: A Nation Danced the Last Tango." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 1 January 1992.

"Gore's Environmental Vision is Difference in Tickets." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 20 September 1992.

"It's Wrong to Focus on Winner and Losers in the Presidential Debates." Baltimore Sun, 18 October 1992.

"Is That a Light Up Ahead?" Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 1 January 1993.

"Reflections on the Coincidence of Optimal Warm-Up and Performance-Inhibiting Fatigue." Co-authored with Dr. Joe Priest, Dept. of Physical Education, TSU. Fitness Management 11, no. 4 (March 1995).

"Zen in the Art of Performance: A Conversation Between a Competitive Archer and a Classical Pianist." Co-authored with Dr. Sophia Park, Dept. of Fine Arts and Speech, TSU. Texas Journal of Ideas, History, and Culture (the official publication of the Texas Council for the Humanities), vol. 20, no. 2 (Spring/Summer 1998).

"When Intrinsic Values of Sport Diminish, So Does Sportsmanship." Invited guest commentary to accompany lead-off piece in four-part series, "The Decline of Sportsmanship." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Aug. 16, 1998.

"One Way or Another, Real Duck Hunters Never Miss." Texas Co-op Power, Sept., 1998.

"In Defense of Sportsmanship." Co-authored with Randolph M. Feezell. Regular column, Athletes for a Better World Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1999).

"Sports, Violence, and Video Games." Co-authored with Randolph M. Feezell. Regular column, Athletes for a Better World Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 2 (June 1999).

 

Book Reviews

Many of these reviews appeared in more than one publication, in most cases under different titles supplied by the editors; because they were submitted and accepted independently, I've listed the separate appearances as separate entries, but for each of those entries I have indicated in parentheses that the review also appeared elsewhere.

Review essay on Terrains of the Heart and Other Essays on Home, by Willie Morris (Yoknapatawpha Press, 1982). Texas Observer, 7 May 1982.

"LBJ: Victim of Western Myths, Partner to 'Corporate Predators.'" Review of The Politician: The Life and Times of Lyndon Johnson, Vol. I: The Drive for Power, from Frontier to Master of the Senate, by Ronnie Dugger (Norton, 1982). Baltimore Sun, 16 May 1982.

"All God's Creatures and Some of the Devil's." Review of Naturalist on the Nanticoke: The Natural History of a River on Maryland's Eastern Shore, by Robert A. Hedeen (Tidewater Publishers, 1982). Chesapeake Country Life, September/October 1982.

"LBJ: without Complexity or Principles?" Review of The Years of Lyndon Johnson: The Path to Power, by Robert A. Caro (Knopf, 1982). Baltimore Sun, 28 November 1982.

"A Southerner Criticizes the South." Review of South-Watching: Selected Essays by Gerald W. Johnson (University of North Carolina Press, 1983). Baltimore Sun, 6 March 1983.

"Frank O'Connor: Resolute in the Abyss." Review of Voices: A Life of Frank O'Connor, by James Mathews (Atheneum, 1983). Baltimore Sun, 22 May 1983.

"LBJ: Who Was He?" Review essay on Ronnie Dugger's, Robert Caro's, and George Reedy's biographies of Lyndon Johnson. Texas Books in Review 5 (1983).

Review of The Biographer's Gift: Life Histories and Humanism. Texas Observer, 18 May 1984.

"Texas Quasars." Review of Debrett's Texas Peerage, by Hugh Best. Texas Books in Review 6 (1984).

"An Overloaded Western." Review of Lonesome Dove, by Larry McMurtry (Simon and Schuster, 1985). Baltimore Sun, 12 March 1985 (also appeared in Texas Observer, 2 April 1985).

"The Last Roundup." Review of Lonesome Dove, by Larry McMurtry (Simon and Schuster, 1985). Texas Observer, 2 April 1985 (also appeared in Baltimore Sun).

"Literary Justice: Here's a Rather Conservative Estimate." Review of Plausible Prejudices: Essays on American Writing, by Joseph Epstein (Norton, 1985). Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 5 May 1985.

"A Sad Triumph in Having Come Through." Review of Brothers in Arms: A Journey from War to Peace, by William Broyles, Jr. (Knopf, 1986). Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 22 June 1986.

"Meditations on the Past Reflect Poet's Presence." Review of Station Island, by Seamus Heaney (Straus and Giroux, 1985). Dallas Times Herald, 14 July 1985.

"Human Tragedy, Comedy Reverberate in 'Echoes of Texas.'" Review of Warning: Writer at Work, by Larry L. King (TCU Press, 1985). Houston Post, 13 October 1985 (also appeared in the Dallas Morning News, 3 November 1985, and Baltimore Sun, 13 October 1985).

"Great, If Vulgar, Essayist." Review of Warning: Writer at Work, by Larry L. King (TCU Press, 1985). Baltimore Sun, 13 October 1985 (also appeared in Houston Post, 13 October 1985, and Dallas Morning News, 3 November 1985).

"Michener's 'Texas'—Big and Flat." Review of Texas by James A Michener (Random House, 1985). Houston Post, 20 October 1985.

"Michener's 'Texas' Fails as Both History and Novel." Review of Texas by James A Michener (Random House, 1985). Baltimore Sun, 27 October 1985.

"At Home on the Range: Larry King's Artistry Shines through Crude Facade." Review of Warning: Writer at Work, by Larry L. King (TCU Press, 1985). Dallas Morning News, 3 November 1985 (also appeared in Houston Post, 13 October 1985, and Baltimore Sun, 13 October 1985).

"Photos Capture Southern Writers' Front-Porch Style." Review of Images of the Southern Writer, by Mark Morrow, foreword by Erskine Caldwell (University of Georgia Press, 1986). Baltimore Sun, 16 February 1986 (also appeared in Dallas Morning News, 20 April 1986).

"Larry King Lets You Climb inside His Mind As He Talks about His Life As Author." Review of None But a Blockhead: On Being a Writer (Viking, 1986). Baltimore Sun, 30 March 1986.

"A Language under Attack: Scholar Defends Southern Dialect." Review of The Language of the American South, by Cleanth Brooks (University of Georgia Press, 1986). Dallas Morning News, 30 March 1986 (also appeared in Baltimore Sun, 11 May 1986).

"Front-Porch Conversations: Photo Album of Southern Writers Is Testimonial to the Dedicated Reader." Review of Images of the Southern Writer, by Mark Morrow, foreword by Erskine Caldwell (University of Georgia Press, 1986). Dallas Morning News, 20 April 1986 (also appeared in Baltimore Sun, 16 February 1986).

"Not Whether You Win or Lose, But How You Think about the Game." Review of Sport Inside Out, eds. David L. Vanderwerken and Spencer K. Wertz (TCU Press, 1986). Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 27 April 1986.

"Defending South's Right to Keep Regional Speech." Review of The Language of the American South, by Cleanth Brooks (University of Georgia Press, 1986). Baltimore Sun, 11 May 1986 (also appeared in Dallas Morning News, 20 March 1986).

"A Black-White Vision of a Whole America." Review of Going to the Territory: Essays and Other Collected Writings, by Ralph Ellison (Random House, 1986). Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 28 September 1986.

"Looking in on Fragmented Lives." Review of The Beet Queen, by Louise Erdrich (Henry Holt & Co., 1986). Dallas Morning News, 12 October 1986.

"The Celebrated Oyster." Review of The Oyster: The Life and Lore of the Celebrated Bivalve, by Robert A. Hedeen (Tidewater Press, 1986). Baltimore Sun, 23 November 1986.

"Earthy Chronicler of Humble East Texas Life Takes a Cast at 'Aristocratic Fishing.'" Review of Open Season: Sporting Adventures, by William Humphrey (Delacorte, 1987). Baltimore Sun, 18 January 1987 (also appeared in Dallas Morning News, 8 February 1987).

"A Man for All Seasons Fishing for Reasons." Review of Open Season: Sporting Adventures, by William Humphrey (Delacorte, 1987). Dallas Morning News, 8 February 1987 (also appeared in Baltimore Sun, 18 January 1987).

"In Search of the Meaning of Football." Review of Vain Glory, by Jan Reid (Shearer Publishing, 1987). Dallas Morning News, 22 March 1987.

"Joe Bob Rides Roughshod over Culture." Review of A Guide to Western Civilization, or My Story, by Joe Bob Briggs (Delacorte, 1989). Texas Books in Review 9, no. 1 (spring 1989).

"John Connally: His Rise and Fall." Review of The Lone Star: The Life of John Connally, by James Reston, Jr. (Harper and Row, 1990). Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 29 January 1990.

"Higher Education Flunking Out: Authors Say Big-Business Approach Has Killed Real Learning." Review of Up the University: Re-Creating Higher Education in America, by Robert and Jon Solomon (Addison-Wesley, 1993). Dallas Morning News, 28 November 1993.

"Historian Doesn't Like What She Sees." Review of On Looking into the Abyss: Untimely Thoughts on Culture and Society, by Gertrude Himmelfarb (Knopf, 1994). Dallas Morning News, 6 March 1994.

"A Caustic Skewering of Things Texan." Review of Giant Country: Essays on Texas, by Don Graham. Fort Worth Star-Telegram, June 1998 (website dated Sat., July 13, 1998).

 

Poetry

"The Young Germans," "Germany Leaving," "Texas Youth." Descant 26, no. 3 (Spring 1982).

"Texas Sun," "Everydayness," "Words," "The Wrath of O'Donovan." The Annapolis Anthology, Good Friends Press, 1982.

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